Younger age is an independent predictor of worse prognosis among Lebanese nonmetastatic breast cancer patients: analysis of a prospective cohort

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BACKGROUND Several retrospective studies have reported that younger age at presentation is associated with a worse prognosis for nonmetastatic breast cancer patients. In this study, we prospectively assessed the association between different baseline characteristics (age, tumor characteristics, mode of treatment, etc) and outcomes among newly diagnosed… (More)
DOI: 10.2147/BCTT.S130273

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@inproceedings{Chediak2017YoungerAI, title={Younger age is an independent predictor of worse prognosis among Lebanese nonmetastatic breast cancer patients: analysis of a prospective cohort}, author={Alissar El Chediak and Raafat S Alameddine and Ayman Hakim and Lara Hilal and Sarah Abdel Massih and Lana Hamieh and Deborah Mukherji and Sally N. Temraz and Maya A. Charafeddine and Ali Shamseddine}, booktitle={Breast cancer}, year={2017} }